Twitter and the aphoristic (re)turn in thought, knowledge and education

Educational Philosophy and Theory 55 (13):1436-1449 (2023)
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David GormanNorthern Illinois UniversityThe official topic of Steve Fuller’s editorial is aphorisms, but I think that it is early days in his thinking about this interesting genre. He mentions them...



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